Toy Story Re-released in 3-D

Disney and Pixar have recently re-released “Toy Story 1,” and “ Toy Story 2 ,” in Disney Digital Imax 3-D. The original “Toy Story 1” was released way back in 1995. It was an instant success, mostly among families and young children. Seeing how big a hit “Toy Story 1” was, Disney continued doing computer-animated kids movies, including “ A Bug’s Life ” and “ Monsters Inc .” After four years, Disney and Pixar decided to make a sequel on “Toy Story 1.” “Toy Story 2” was released in 1999, just a year after “A Bug’s Life.” Children everywhere had been anticipating another “Toy Story” movie to be made, so of course it was as good as everyone hoped. “Toy Story 2” was an even bigger success than its predecessor. According to , it attracted nearly 25,671,428 viewers, “Toy story 2” was going to be the best movie for a while to come. Many years later, almost too long, Pixar announced the release of “ Toy Story 3 !” Its release date is sometime in 2010. “Toy Story 3” may not be coming out for about a year now, but it’s something audiences can all look forward to. To relieve some of the “Toy Story” fanatics tension, Disney and Pixar decided on releasing “Toy Story 1” and “Toy Story 2” in 3-D, with everything from sound to color enhanced. Disney and Pixar`s very first 3-D movie was “Up!” It had great visual effects for being the first 3-D movie they made. Ever since “Up!” Disney has made all of their movies in 3-D. Following “Up!,” Disney produced “ Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs ,” “G-Force,” and now “Toy Story 1” and “Toy Story 2” in 3-D. The “Toy Story” movies were both really good and I recommend seeing them both in 3-D. It makes the experience great.